Trattore Farms & Winery

7878 Dry Creek Road
Geyserville, CA
Trattore Farms

ESTATE MENU: 4 - 6 Estate Wines | $20
RESERVE MENU: 4 - 6 wines, includes Appellation Series Wines | $30

Both menus include estate-milled olive oil tasting | large group tastings available by appointment.

OUTDOOR SEATED TERRACE SEATING: Pair your next tasting with an end to end view of spectacular Dry Creek Valley. Intimate terrace tasting includes 4 current release wines and 3 estate-milled olive oils | $25 Club Members | $35 Non-Club Members | Reservation Required

VIP SEATED TASTINGS: Join us upstairs in our VIP room for a private seated tasting. Exclusive VIP experience includes an in-depth guided flight of our award-winning wines and olive oils paired with local bites | $50 per attendee | Reservation Required

SIMPLY SONOMA CHARCUTERIE AND CHEESE PLATE: Savor the flavor of local Sonoma County cuisine. Sourced and handpicked from local artisanal purveyors, with recommended wine pairings you can purchase by the glass. Serves two | $25 Club Members | $30 Non-Club Members | Daily 11am – 4pm

WOOD FIRED PIZZA SUNDAY: Indulge your appetite with Wood Fired Pizza Sundays | $25 club members | $40 Non-club members | Includes Estate Menu Tasting | 11am – 3pm or until we run out of dough | Sundays April – October

HOT OFF THE PRESS PANINIS: Pair one of two artisanal paninis, made with local ingredients, with a 5 oz. glass of any of our award-winning current release wines | Starting at $20 | 11am – 430pm Mon-Sat

open daily from 11:00am to 5:00pm


An unforgettable wine tasting experience for guests to Sonoma County who want to slow down and enjoy the breathtaking, end to end views of Dry Creek Valley over a glass of wine. Join us out on our tasting room terrace for the most scenic view in the valley or reserve a spot on our Get Your Boots Dirty Tour, a true vine to wine and soil to oil experience.

Passion can be a funny thing. If you’re lucky, it finds you early and never lets go. As a child at the age of eight I fell in love with tractors. Not toy tractors, but the real tractors that were in use on my parents’ dairy farm. As soon as I could reach the pedal, I was driving them and soon thereafter, I was repairing them. When I was a young boy, my father would bring me to Dry Creek Valley where we used to graze cattle in the fertile pastures. I would tell my father as we would check on the cattle, that one day I wanted to live in Dry Creek Valley. I knew then, even at a very young age, that it was the most beautiful and bountiful valley I had ever seen. My passion for tractors led to a fascination with mechanics and technology that is still with me today. But after years in the technology industry, my deep-rooted love for tractors and Dry Creek Valley brought me and my family back to Sonoma County to what we now call Trattore Estate Vineyards.

Translated from the Italian word for tractor, “Trattore” felt like the suitable name for the land where my passions combine - on 40 acres of steep rolling hillsides in Dry Creek Valley, planted in vineyards and olive trees. This ranch is a tribute to my appreciation for the craftsmanship and enduring tradition of an iconic old red tractor that I brought over from Europe and is seen both on our wine label and working among the vines on our property today. It’s also where our commitment to rich farming traditions in the vineyard and attention to detail in the cellar come together to produce our collection of wines.

Great Fruit to Great Wine.

Our Estate vineyards are picturesquely located on a hilltop on the eastern side of Dry Creek Valley in northern Sonoma County. With commanding views of Geyser Peak and Mount St. Helena to the east and the entire Dry Creek Valley to the west, the combination of steep rolling terrain, cool ocean influence and warm summer days provides perfect growing conditions for our vines, which are rooted in rich, stone strewn soils. Much like the Cote Du Rhone region of France, the diverse soils of Trattore Estate Vineyards produce luscious fruit from grape varieties including Petite Sirah, Grenache, Syrah, Viognier, Marsanne, Mourvedre, Roussanne, and, Dry Creek Valley’s most famous grape variety, Zinfandel. The glorious 40 acre Estate is sustainably farmed and tended to by hand in 10 distinct blocks based on the specific soil, exposure, slope, vine age and type. Each block is individually managed throughout the growing season to ensure the health of each vine. At harvest, we believe in what we call micro picks: Tasting and then hand picking vine by vine, skipping rows if we have to, in search of the ripest fruit. Ultimately we want to preserve the essence of the fruit that goes into our Trattore Estate wines so the purest flavors come through.


Cabernet Sauvignon, Grenache, Mourvedre, Petite Sirah, Syrah, Zinfandel, Marsanne, Viognier


Double Gold - 2017 San Francisco Chronicle
    2013 Cabernet Sauvignon

Gold, Best of Class - 2016 Sunset International
    2013 Cabernet Sauvignon

Gold - 2016 International Women’s
    2013 Cabernet Sauvignon

Gold, 90 Points - 2017 LA International
    2015 Grenache

Gold, 93 Points - 2017 LA international
    2015 Stone Soup

Gold - 2016 International Women’s
    2014 Stone Soup

Gold - 2016 Sunset International
    2014 Petite Syrah

Double Gold, 94 Points - 2017 San Francisco International
    2015 Pinot Noir

Gold - 2017 International Women’s
    2015 Pinot Noir

Gold - 2017 San Francisco Chronicle
    2014 Pinot Noir

Gold - 2017 International Women’s
    2016 Roussanne

Gold - 2017 International Women’s
    2016 Late Harvest Viognier

Double Gold - 2016 Sonoma County Harvest Fair
    2013 T. Bucher Proprietor's Reserve

Double Gold - 2016 Sonoma County Harvest Fair
    2013 Tractor Red


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